So may open the discussion with All Nippon Airways, in case you’re one of the fans who endeavor to book a seat on board the Japanese aerial shuttle’s new “Star Wars” plane advancing this fall. Out of appreciation for the famous motion picture arrangement, the aerial shuttle will paint one of its fresh out of the box new Boeing 787s with a R2-D2 theme.
An obvious feature rendering of the R2-D2 plane, discharged on YouTube Thursday, demonstrates the nose of the plane enlivened with R2-D2’s signature blue and white stripes, alongside design delineating the robot’s different ports.
A monstrous “Star Wars” logo rules the back of the plane.
The R2-D2 jet marks the start of five-year All Nippon Airways “Star Wars” project, which will include “a range of novel initiatives,” the airline announced on its website.
The jet has been flagged for international routes. As for whether it might one day carry passengers to a galaxy far, far away — well, that’s still up in the air.
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